I speak for the bush
Anyone recall a poem by that title in high school?
Well, I have been in the bush…more about that in a while…
Innocence, simplicity, certainty: I think we have lost those three things in the time immediately preceding and following December 27th.
It’s my first time online since December 28th, 2007.
During the intervening period, I attempted to blog via some two Kenyan blogger friends, – part of their work may be seen through the January posts at my campaign site; thanks Appollo and Paula.
They have done much on my behalf and our country, much as yet unseen – those two people.
I had no access to the internet – there is none in Cherangany.
I will be putting my thoughts together concerning the Kenyan question some time, and probably blog some about them.
For now, though, I remain on my knees for the country we call Kenya.
And do my best, in my own small ways, for the sake of peace, mercy and justice.
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